A quick translation of some quotations from the article.
At the Bacchus OSL 2009 Final:
"After FA was declared, I avoided speaking to the media because I thought it might put pressure on Jaedong. I didn't expect a victory today, I was actually just hoping that he win even one game, so I didn't have any flowers prepared."
Asked about negotiation breakdowns with OZ:
"Professionals are represented by pride, popularity, and right compensation for their performance. If a player contributes to his team, it's right that he receive fair compensation for it. There were a lot of disappointments during the negotiations. For the sake of e-sports, I think it would be good if some day the details of our negotiations were revealed."
"A lot of the media stories on what happened during the negotiations are either miscommunicated, or just twisted from their original purpose. It makes it look like we (JD's parents) are trying to interfere with our son's future just for money, but this is a misunderstanding. They are missing a really important point. Being active as a progamer is important of course, but it's disappointing that you can't can do other things to enjoy your free time, like hobbies, studying, exercising etc."
"The burden and stress Jaedong faces as the team's ace is so great it's sad. I hope he gets a chance to play in a better environment."
He also revealed that no teams have approached them so far adding "We'll talk to Jaedong about it after the final, and we want to hear what he has to say. If we think he's judging things incorrectly, correcting those is part of a parent's duty."
When asked about what would happen if there were no offers, he said "It doesn't matter if he doesn't get any offers from other teams. He's broken all the important records in e-sports, and I think he's very satisfied. At this point, one of the options we're thinking about is retirement, and going to study abroad in computer related field. We are going to have a serious conversation with Jaedong about his future."
"How ever this FA ends, we are thankful to the OZ players, Coach Han, Coach Cho who has mentored Jaedong with all his heart, (and his wife)."
Another viewpoint on the story, one wonders where the truth actually lies.